MONTREAL — Danny Briere is unlikely to hear any more boos at the Bell Centre.

The free agent forward from Gatineau, Que., has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens.

The Philadelphia Flyers last week used a compliance buyout on the final two seasons of the eight-year, $52 million deal Briere signed in 2007. Because he turned down an offer from the Canadiens to sign with the Flyers that year, Briere was booed whenever Philadelphia visited Montreal.

Now the 35-year-old returns to his native Quebec with a deal reportedly worth $4 million per season.

Briere had only six goals and 10 assists in the lockout shortened 2013 season. He has 282 goals and 373 assists in 847 career NHL games, but was mostly coveted for his postseason play.

In the Flyers’ run to the Stanley Cup final in 2009, Briere had 12 goals and 18 assists in 23 games. In 108 career playoff games, he has 50 goals and 59 assists.

Started at The Press in 1993 as an Ocean County reporter. Moved to the copy desk in 1994 until taking over as editor of At The Shore in 1995. Became deputy sports editor in 2004 and was promoted to sports editor in 2007.